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Topic Title: Typing Errors - Ignore Redline as Group.
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Created On: 06/16/2021 01:52 PM
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 Typing Errors - Ignore Redline as Group.   - Robert Snow - 06/16/2021 01:52 PM  
 Typing Errors - Ignore Redline as Group.   - Lunis Orcutt - 06/16/2021 02:38 PM  
 Typing Errors - Ignore Redline as Group.   - Robert Snow - 06/16/2021 05:25 PM  
 Typing Errors - Ignore Redline as Group.   - Alan Cantor - 06/16/2021 07:17 PM  
 Typing Errors - Ignore Redline as Group.   - Lunis Orcutt - 06/16/2021 08:43 PM  
 Typing Errors - Ignore Redline as Group.   - Robert Snow - 06/16/2021 09:05 PM  
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Robert Snow
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Sometimes when typing a word that is not in my dictionary I will get the red underlying, great. This is a good feature and I want to keep it turned on. Using the right click to select "ignore" to add to the directory or not works good.

But there are times when I need to CTL-A (a group of words).  Some in the directory and some not. Is there a way to select a group of words when you want to use the "ignore" for the redline.

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 06/16/2021 02:38 PM
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We don't have the answer you are looking for but your KnowBrainer 2017 utility includes a faster single shot command approach. Because of the endless list of new terms, model names etc., we find ourselves frequently dictating terms that we have already added to Dragon, via the KnowBrainer Add to Vocabulary command. Microsoft dictionaries cannot easily keep up with names like Audio-Technica Pro 8HEmW. We added this name to our vocabulary with a Spoken Form of MW.

Try selecting any word with a red wavy line and say Add to Dictionary. It is almost instant and will hopefully make adding words to your dictionary less tedious. You only will be able to perform this function in Word and Outlook.



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Thanks. It;s not super critical. I asked in case there was a sulotion.

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 06/16/2021 07:17 PM
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There is a Word command that finds the next misspelled word, selects it, and brings up a context menu with the usual spelling options, including Ignore.

There does not appear to be the built-in Dragon command for this Word feature, but it can be triggered by saying, "press Alt F7."

If you use this a lot, you might want to create a Dragon command that does the equivalent of pressing this hotkey, perhaps called "next misspelled" or something to that effect.

Once the context menu is open, you can usually say the menu item that you want. For some options, however, you may need to say "move down [number]" to select an option, and "press Enter" to choose it.
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+ Alan. We just included this command to KnowBrainer 2017. We are calling it Spellcheck and added it to Word and Outlook.



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Thanks. I guess you helped me make up my mind to return.

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